February 2, 2010, - 5:27 pm

Paging “Dr.” Jenny McCarthy, Stat: Will Bimbo Retract Her Junk Science About Autism & Vaccines?

By Debbie Schlussel

For years, Playboy centerfold/all-around bimbo Jenny McCarthy and her junk science acolytes have been lecturing America that “dangerous vaccines” cause autism, even though all the evidence is to the contrary.  All the evidence, except one study that was published by Britain’s anti-Israel medical journal, The Lancet.



Jenny McCarthy’s Quack Medicine Exposed:

Lancet Retracts False Autism-Vaccine Study

But now the Lancet has retracted the 1998 study it published linking vaccines to autism, noting that the data was false. Dr. Andrew Wakefield, the lead researcher on the study, was stripped of his credentials and right to practice medicine in Great Britain. But don’t worry. This complete liar–who fraudulently placed irreversible suspicion of the MMR vaccine forever in the minds of many Westerners–is now licensed and practicing medicine here in the U.S.

I’ve been following and denouncing “Jenny McCarthy, MD”‘s medical baloney for several years now on this site (including here and here).  Incredibly, a major Detroit area hospital even brought her to Detroit to lecture its doctors on the fake vaccine-autism link.  I called it, “the new McCarthyism.” And I wonder:  now that the Lancet has admitted it was wrong about autism and vaccines, will “Doctor” Jenny McCarthy?

Don’t bet a set of breast implants on it. Nor should you bet that this retraction will be able to put back into the bottle the irrevocable suspicion of MMR that it created in the first place. That will likely last forever. Thanks, “Doctors” Wakefield and McCarthy. You are a credit to the quack science witch doctor profession.


The medical journal which originally published the discredited research linking autism and MMR has now issued a full retraction of the paper.

The Lancet said it now accepted claims made by the researchers were “false”.

It comes after Dr Andrew Wakefield, the lead researcher in the 1998 paper, was ruled last week to have broken research rules by the General Medical Council.

The publication caused vaccination rates to plummet, resulting in a rise in measles.

The Lancet had already issued a partial retraction.

In 2004, editors argued they had been right to publish it as the journal was there to “raise new ideas”.

Hey, I want to raise the idea that the earth is flat and a diet of lollipops and cotton candy is good for your health. You know–just to “raise new ideas.” Maybe the Lancet will publish it (like it did this phony study and anti-Israel articles by questionable Jew-hating medical doctors).

Dr Wakefield was in the pay of solicitors who were acting for parents who believed their children had been harmed by MMR. . . .

This move goes further by accepting the research was fundamentally flawed because of a lack of ethical approval and the way the children’s illnesses were presented.

The statement added: “We fully retract this paper from the published record.”

Last week, the GMC ruled that Dr Wakefield had shown a “callous disregard” for children and acted “dishonestly” while he carried out his research. It will decide later whether to strike him off the medical register.

Hmmm . . . when will the General Medical Council revoke Dr. Jenny McCarthy’s medical credentials. Oh, wait. She never had any. But she’s got a B.S.D. in junk science for bimbos, courtesy of Silicone Valley U a/k/a the Hugh Hefner School of Advanced Silicone Medicine and Porn Sciences.

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31 Responses

Debbie, just read the magazine “skeptical Inquirer”. They basically dissect all the junk science for what it is. They had a whole issue within the past year devoted to the nonsense about vaccines causing autism.

The even have taken up the fight the ridiculous notion about cell phones causing brain cancer. Their articles are in depth and very logical in their presentation. It is unfortunate that too many people still believe in junk scientists and actresses who think they are doctors.

Then again we just had a President throw the future of space travel to the moon away. This country is sinking fast and we will have to hold on for the ride. UUGGHHHH

spaceship22 on February 2, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    No we don’t! The Declaration of Independence gives us the right , the duty and obligation to fix it any time we think enough is enough.

    I am a ready 3 Percenter. Should we wait until they start the disintegration chambers.
    I just endured the Medical system Murder my mom.

    The Ultimate Illogical Stupidity consisted of . Well she is Old at least 6 times.
    The Government does not want her addicted!.

    Just because the Medicinse worked for 50 years does not mean they will when you bring her here.

    We cannot give her pain medicine because we do not want her to ( fill in the Blank).
    OH but we can give her an amnesiatic regressive drug to make here forget our screwups and who cares if he heart rate drops 40 plus beats a minute or her bp does the same.

    Oh we had to reintubate her because she pulled the tubes out 6 times.

    That is not Brain Damage from lack of Oxygen , it is just the cataracts.
    That is why she has trouble seeing and recognizing what she sees..

    And On and ON and ON. There were some great folks but too few and most collect a check.

    I will not even go into the Rehab Long term charade. Why should we worry about Junk Science when there is No Logic. No factual data that any one cares about.
    It is what the Government wants .Not the people who have given up their power and say.

    I am ready for war are you? The Time for talking , voting , writing and on and on and on is done.
    The ballots are stuffed, the Borders are porous and they will do their own counts.

    Time for the 4th BOX!!!

    Some say three Boxes, either way” Read the Declaration ” if you want to Know our Duty and Rights.

    K Kehoe on March 9, 2012 at 12:49 am

That Candie’s ad is just gross!

cirrus1701 on February 2, 2010 at 5:40 pm

If the vaccines are causing autism so Pharma can get rich,
we are in deep DODO.

david fair on February 2, 2010 at 5:46 pm

Ha, ha, Little Al that was funny.

Debbie, you’ve been vindicated again!! Course, we knew you would be, junk science is after all, its namesake. It’s doubtful she’ll own up to the damage she’s done.

For her, likely the only sin is being serious.

She should be buried in lawsuits. She can go back to porn or hooking, to work off the debt, or whatever she does with those fake boobs.

The Canadien on February 2, 2010 at 6:19 pm

Don’t forget that this same crap was peddled by Robert Kennedy Jr., self-appointed scaremonger in chief in Rolling Stone Magazine-who knows how many people bought into this fearmongering from anti-business liberals with their own ego-driven publicity agendas? P.S. I’m a real doctor who gets it that we would still have diphtheria and measles running rampant and polio would not be near eradication, like smallpox, if it weren’t for vaccines.

Lisa on February 2, 2010 at 6:42 pm

The CBC reported earlier that there are 30 charges still outstanding in the UK. (He’s also been implicated in making up his own measles vaccine, but the problem was to get the standard MMR vaccine off the market, so it could be replaced with his own vaccine). (A number of years ago, I lost all respect for The Lancet — it was when they were doing their publishing their pro-Islamist papers. Even the Prime Minister of Australia was complaining…due to the rank politicization of their so-called “research.”)

J.S. on February 2, 2010 at 7:34 pm

This is what happens when the “famous” are consulted about matters they know nothing of. We must endure Al Gore’s pontificating on Global Warming/Climate Change as an expert, even though he only possesses a B.A. in Government. Matt Damon is another example of an outsized ego who managed to obtain nothing beyond a high school diploma, and yet feels well qualified to discuss the merits of Howard Zinn authoritatively. It just goes on and on.

Worry01 on February 2, 2010 at 10:38 pm

Debbie, you were so right before and even more right now. Jenny McCarthy is a useless Hollywood trashy celebrity. Most people get their news form ET, Extra, Inside Edition, TMZ, Hollywood Insider and all the other glam shows. When we were kids there was only one glam show ET, now it is endless shows with cable networks devoted to gossip. Yet that is where most people’s minds are. In the gutter.

CaliforniaScreaming on February 2, 2010 at 11:29 pm

I am sure the issue of boys not having a father and having mothers that brag about this and lie to their children about their father may cause some serious social problems in the child. I know two people who are autistic. One case the grandmother along with her daughter doesn’t want the son to have contact with the father and berates him and yeah I can understand why he has social problems and they tell the father he can’t talk.

The other case is the son of a Jewish man who supports his wifes radical feminist organization’s she belongs to.

adam on February 3, 2010 at 12:18 am

Ain’t Science GRAND? They can make all sorts of links to various deficiencies in amino acid chains in the protein links to sugar (glycine) yet they cannot identify why there are so many cases of Autism now in history. They cannot accept the research of Andy Wakefield because they want to make him out to be some monster who abuses children for some personal glory when he uses their science to identify the measles portion of the MMR vaccine as the culprit that causes mal absorption of nutrients due to the swelling of the mesentery gland of the of the abdomen.

What Andy was portraying was obvious. {So obvious that it causes THEM (pharmaceutical companies and their minions) to be the monsters.}

The Scientists and Research physicians have long known that when anyone is exposed to the 9 day Measles (morbillinum or Rubeola) there is a chance that if the rash does not manifest itself completely on the surface of the skin through high fever and restricted photo exposure, the virus will be driven inward to the eyes, and the intestinal tract beginning at the mouth and throat and going down into the stomach and intestines to settle in the glands of the neck and the one on the left side of the abdomen near the small intestine, the mesentery gland a gland of the lymphatic system. Read about this gland at


The Mesenteric Glands (lymphoglandulæ mesentericæ) lie between the layers of the mesentery. They vary from one hundred to one hundred and fifty in number, and may be grouped into three sets, viz.: one lying close to the wall of the small intestine, among the terminal twigs of the superior mesenteric artery; a second, in relation to the loops and primary branches of the vessels; and a third along the trunk of the artery.

Harboring the virus in this way is the individual’s immune system is attempting to safe guard the offending element or invader from entering the blood stream by creating and anaphylactic response surrounding the virus with fluid as a cushion in these types of tubular branches. The problem manifests when the swollen areas impinge on other organs and prevent their normal function due to displacement and constriction of that organ. Is it not apparent that if the digestion is impinged in some manner that absorption of nutrients could and can be reduced. If the amino acids are limited or eliminated due to this blockage, then what needs to be addressed is the origin of the manifestation, which in this case is quite simply the swelling of the gland over loaded with viruses and foreign agents entering the system from vaccines.

The allopathic medical establishment has deemed it unethical to remove tonsils that are swollen for these same reasons. Removing the mesenteric Glands of the abdomen have never been warranted for removal due to the fact that they were not easily seen and due to the invasive nature of the surgery, but those tonsils were routinely removed when vaccines caused those lymphatic glands to swell. This placed the poor children (like myself and my two sisters) into peril that was not even addressed. Yet this same medical establishment will vilify a great man to discredit him because he blow that whistle on the vaccine industry… What hellish individuals they are. They deserve much much worse then the vaccine damage they perpetrated upon the children and the horrible statements they are making to the press about Andrew Wakefield.

Edouard Coneho on February 3, 2010 at 12:41 am

    Well, let’s start with some references, if you have any. Cutting and pasting huge swaths of information without any sources is about as credible as an alcoholic claiming that they can be left alone with a bottle of Jim Bean’s without supervision. We are not interested in conspiracy theories here.

    Worry01 on February 3, 2010 at 2:04 am

    Oh spare us, Edouard. The findings couldn’t be replicated, and the original peer-reviewed medical journal that published the findings is withdrawing the whole thing. This is a “case closed” as science can get, and no excerpts from Yahoo make any difference. Sheesh.

    skzion on February 3, 2010 at 1:26 pm

Hi Debbie,

I completely agree with you that the anti-vaccination crowd is using junk science to try and take advantage of the natural fear any parents have for their child’s safety. This is a brain-dead movement that is endangering many children and may even damage the very fabric of our society if they ever gain enough momentum.

Forgive me if you’ve written about this already, but I have to admit I’m not a follower of your work simply because I’ve never come across it before. I am now aware through a quick “background check” on the internet of your conservative reputation (especially in relation to Islam) so if you happen to have a moment I would really like to hear your answers to the following questions:

Since climate change is not junk science and is a very real threat given the fact that the overwhelming consensus of experts in the fields of meteorology, climatology, and all of the other earth sciences (note that I said experts in those fields specifically as they deal directly with the concept of climate change) is that it does indeed exist and is heavily influenced or even solely caused by man-made sources, and as the same sentiment can be expressed about evolution within the framework of biology, etc., do you feel the same way about those two topics that you do about the anti-vaccination movement? Do you agree that the groups trying to discredit climate change and evolution in particular are using junk science, logically flawed arguments, and distortion of the facts just like the anti-vaccination crowd?

The problem I’ve often faced when discussing scientific topics with both liberals and conservatives is that they both tend to overlay their politics onto the subject and are not prepared to re-evaluate their position even in the face of irrefutable evidence to the contrary. To take such a position when it comes to conclusive scientific proof is not just irrational; it can also be dangerous in certain cases like the one you discussed above.

Thanks in advance for your response (whether I agree with it or not)!
-Tim Lister

Tim Lister on February 3, 2010 at 1:17 am

    ‘Since climate change is not junk science and is a very real threat given the fact that the overwhelming consensus of experts in the fields of meteorology, climatology, and all of the other earth sciences (note that I said experts in those fields specifically as they deal directly with the concept of climate change) is that it does indeed exist and is heavily influenced or even solely caused by man-made sources, and as the same sentiment can be expressed about evolution within the framework of biology, etc.,”

    You are rather transparent. Also, you yourself seem to be entirely decided on the issue, so why even ask Debbie about it? It seems that you are trying to get a juicy quote, if possible. Finally, have you been out of the loop for the last few months. You might want to check the Telegraph and a few other papers about Global Warming/Climate Change. There is more than a bit of a scandal about the data being used by the IPCC and its conclusions. Once again, your intentions are as obvious as a used car salesman approaching their “mark” in a car lot.

    sorrow01 on February 3, 2010 at 3:09 am

Ben Goldacre (himself a research scientists) should take a lot of the credit for the destruction of Wakefield’s reputation. His brilliant “Bad Science” blog has been on Wakefield’s case for years – long before it became fashionable to attack him.


There are a variety of posts on his blog that castigate Wakefield and his small army of Z-list celebrity dimwit hangers-on. It also demonstrates how the mainstream media was more than happy to go along with his nonsense even after it had been scientifically discredited – as long as helped sales or viewing figures.

Wakefied allowed his evangelical Christian views to get in the way of proper scientific method. On those occasions when his scientific results clashed with his evangelical values, he discarded the results.

The Purple Cow on February 3, 2010 at 4:53 am

I find your article strident and shrill. Many vaccines contain mercury which is a well know neurotoxin. Does it cause autism. I don’t know however the incidence of autism had skyrocketed in the past few decades. Researchers don’t know why. Parents are fearful. McCarthy, as a parent of an autistic child, took the evidence available and tried to make a difference. There are many “real” Doctors, (MDs, PhDs etc) that are also supicious of the vaccine.

Drug companies have a bad record of screwing people to make a profit. e.g. Yaz, Avandia, Vioxx, Celebrex, Procardia, Dalkon Shield, Thalidomide to name a few. All were released and approved without a adequate testing and people died.

I don’t enjoy your paraniod attacks on everyone you think is anti Jewish nor your mocking of a person’s appearance. WTF does that have to do with their viewpoint? Who is next? Susanne Somers for promoting alternative breast cancer therapies?

S: Here’s a tip I give to anyone who says they “don’t enjoy” or “don’t like” what I write: don’t read it. Am I or anyone putting a gun to your head? No. And here’s another tip: I already criticized the quack Suzanne Sommers on this site. Try my search engine. She’s a twit. DS

Samoyed on February 3, 2010 at 11:33 am

    You do not really support your points well. Also, your little add-on: “I don’t enjoy your paraniod attacks on everyone you think is anti Jewish nor your mocking of a person’s appearance.” That is so cute. Do you make up your mind based upon a woman’s breast implants?

    You might try reading the article, rather than having a fit. When Lancet withdraws an article from its publication through a retraction,l that is news my friend. Also, Dr. Wakefield’s license to practice medicine in the U.K. was revoked, which is also not a small thing. Finally, discouraging parents from immunizing their children against various diseases is a serious matter. For example, contracting measles could lead to the child’s death or sterility. Is that an good outcome for you? Would it also be really cool to discourage parents from immunizing children from polio? Debbie’s point is that a very ignorant woman is using her celebrity status to push some extremely dangerous practices that could really have adverse consequences for children. As for liking what Debbie writes, you are more than free to go elsewhere.

    Worry01 on February 3, 2010 at 12:08 pm

I was a science major, and what is passing for “science” these days in the areas of global warming, health, nutrition, etc. is NOT science, but religion. It is based on faith, not fact, and these “scientists” are cooking the data to suit their pre-conceived notions.

And as for your question about Jenny McCarthy: no, she won’t retract, she won’t change. Why? Because someone must be to blame for her to deal with her son’s autism.

Kelly on February 3, 2010 at 12:21 pm

Debbie, while I am not a fan of Jenny McCarthy, I do think she was sincere in her cause. The cause just happened to be wrong. I think many parents want someone to blame when their child is sick. Mix that with a Hollywood ego…and it becomes a whole movement. I hope she has the character to admit she may have been wrong and real progress against Autism can be made.

C on February 3, 2010 at 2:56 pm

This junk science trash was published in 1998 and has been wholy discredited in the years since. Surely everyone knows that the true cause of Autism is muslims poisoning our wells. Or could the horde of Islamic immigrants spreading accross the civilised world matching the increase in cases of Autism just be a coincidence? Only to a nay saying liberal islamofacist appeaser.

Cameron on February 3, 2010 at 3:42 pm

I love it! thank you DS.

Oprah spawns all ruin the information pool. Jenny, OPrah, Suzie Somers are wrong and wrong often about so many things…



linda jp on February 3, 2010 at 4:23 pm

Jenny McCarthy may be hot and famous, but she also has a son with autism. Having personal experience with it I would have to say there is no one more determined than a mother trying to cure her child. The overload of vaccines children receive today sky-rocketed simutaneously with the amount of children diagnosed with autism. Doubtful that Jen dove into the world of vaccines and doctors without knowing at least a little of what she was talking about. Jim Carrey is just as much of an advocate, so why not dumb him down? Because everyone wants to blame the “dumb blonde”. So if vaccinations don’t cause autism, I’m looking forward to seeing what does.

Emily on February 4, 2010 at 2:45 pm

skzion – bless your heart.

Who ‘told you’ that the findings ‘could not be replicated’? You’re a mighty trusting soul if you disbelieve one media report but believe others just as easily.

What you don’t know is …

LANCET is published by Elsevier.

Elseveir has been purchased by the Reed Company.

Forming Reed-Elsevier, a near total monopoly in medical and scientific publishing. (objectivity, anyone? dissenting opinions, anyone?)

Elsevier alone publishes 250,000 articles annually in 2000 journals. How many of these can a good doctor read? Reed-Elsevier’s archives contain seven million publications important to authors who research the “old stacks.” Total yearly downloads of this company’s articles amount to 240 million. Multiply that times $30 per download and you get more than $7 billion. Good for them. A fantastic business model and the product neither ages nor goes out of style and is infinitely replicable. But …

In an Australian court, Merck & Co. was sued by a user of VIOXX. The plaintiff alleged that Merck paid Elsevier to publish the Australasian Journal of Bone and Joint Medicine, which appeared to be a peer-reviewed academic journal but only contained articles promoting Merck’s drugs. Merck first denied claims that the articles in this “complimentary publication” were authored by Merck’s ghost writers. Company officials defended saying all reprints came from peer-reviewed medical journals. In May 2009, however, Elsevier conceded by stating that their “sponsored article compilation publications,” are produced “on behalf of pharmaceutical clients,” and are “made to look like journals.” The company admitted neglecting “the proper disclosures” fooling doctors and patients alike.

Hmmm … I guess objectivity that questions established science not in line with your biggest clients’ needs could be rewritten. Heck, re-visiting the Narrative happens every day in Big Media, why should medical publishing be safe from revisionism?

But wait, it gets better …

Reed-Elsevier purchased ChoicePoint in 2008 for $3.6 billion in cash. A medical/science publisher bought up ChoicePoint.


If you know ANYTHING about ChoicePoint, that should send a shiver down your spine.

ChoicePoint was started during Clinton’s Administration by Equifax as a way for the FBI to be able to buy files on Americans they could not otherwise legally build themselves. ChoicePoint knows more about you and your habits than you do. It is the ultimate market-based Intelligence Agency.

If you cannot seriously connect the dots from there … then I will quietly quit trying to bring Contextual Light to the subject of vaccines and the potential for harm, the potential for malfeasance and the proven damage vaccines have done. You can stack up all the charts and graphs of the benefits vaccines may have produced but I can counter every one with equally valid science and examples to the contrary. And if you BELIEVE that what’s in the syringe barrel is really what you’re told is in the syringe barrel, then Honest To God … good luck to you.

Edouard Coneho on February 4, 2010 at 6:33 pm

    [quote]Forming Reed-Elsevier, a near total monopoly in medical and scientific publishing. (objectivity, anyone? dissenting opinions, anyone?)[/quote]

    Wow, so less than 30% represents “a near total monopoly” these days, does it?

    Where did you learn your maths, Edouard?

    The Purple Cow on February 10, 2010 at 4:38 am

If you can’t beat them with facts, I guess a conspiracy theory will have to do. Edouard, do you have any conception of the rigorousness of the review process when The Lancet publishes its articles? Or, for that matter, the processes involved when peer-reviewing any scientific material? It’s not perfect but it sure beats your connect-the-dots pseudo-conspiracies.

Ari on February 5, 2010 at 5:55 am

I bet you folks think chemotherapy and radiation are the best “cures” for cancer too, right?


KyleNYC on February 7, 2010 at 8:01 pm

McCarthy should be talking about how her son never had autism. He had severe febrile seizures, subsequent developmental delays, he was then treated with anti convulsants. He slowly recovered. It just so happens, while his seizures were being treated, she started feeding him gluten free products and then, all within a very short time, she wrote a few books, hit a plethora of talk shows, did press tours and now we don’t hear much about little Evan, as he’s miraculously “cured” of autism. This is why we need QUALITY CONTROLs within autism community people! It’s cases like this that hurt others who are really dealing with autism. Here’s another mindbender. Recall Amanda Baggs? She has a psychogenic case of autism. AKA factitious disorder, AKA fugue state, etc…Donna Williams, fake autism. Ari Ne’eman, not autistic. What do we need here? An internal affairs division for autism? Can we not police our own community please? Must we just cow tow to the fakes and frauds out there? And triple shame to the gullible media for constantly misrepresenting autism due to their failure to learn what it is or question the fakes. Even President Obama blew it here by appointing ari ne’eman. You tube has a good video on this whole subject and shows what real severe autism is. An actual real case for a change. You tube video is called ‘autism epidemic out of control” as in quality control, I suppose is what the author of video means.

Franklin on February 20, 2010 at 9:44 pm

In case you haven’t heard. Jenny McCarthy’s son never had autism. He has Landau Kleffner Syndrome. Ooops…looks like she’s going to have to do a lot of diversionary tactics to distance herself from this major blunder. One has to wonder how long she knew…..it’s a scary thought to think publishers are this stupid and reckless. Didn’t they do a background check on her before they published such manipulative lies? Jenny is quite smart, by the way and must have some very savvy agents. They knew Evan turned out not to be really autistic, but kept putting it out as if he were.

If you look at Jenny’s background with her son you’ll see a very very interesting picture. one that is quite chilling actually, perhaps one of the biggest frauds ever to infiltrate the autism community.

Jenny first told the world her son was an Indigo child. Then he had seizures. And was brought by ambulance to hospital where they gave him a boatload of ativan and other seizure controlling medications. He then started taking seizures meds. Daily. Notice she RARELY speaks of his seizures. I guess she figured autism label would be a better marketing tool, and she was right.

As Evan’s seizures came under control, so did his “regression” that she blamed on autism radically improve. Of course she never talks about that fact. After all, how can she after she moved quicker than a volcano into the autism community and started writing books and hitting talk shows and doing magazine and talk show interviews. All within several months of her son’s alleged “cure” from the alleged “autism” she told us he had.

Nope. He had laundau kleffner syndrome. And she has YET to admit this and tell the public her son does not nor ever had true autism. Meanwhile, she keeps her distance from this subject and is now jumping full swing into a diversionary tactic away from those few years of her obsessive diatribe against vaccines and telling the world she cured her son of autism. That alone should raise some serious red flags for investigative reporters.

Jenny is a fraud. She knows her son was misdiagnosed. To cover her ass, she has recruited “doctors” to splash the covers of her books, as if that gives her credibility. Nice tactic. Very obvious, but a good try. She has seriously pissed off many in the autism community. She has made a mockery of true, real autism. She needs to be investigated and exposed in a book asap. This woman is just nuts. Her poor son. He is obviously still having episodic seizures which is common with landau kleffner. Jenny, it’s time you came clean. Stop printing your fake books about your son’s fake autism. Enough of this charade. You can’t hide from this reality by writing another book and parading around in a new sexy suit for the photographers to capture, as if this will all distance you from the pathetic and fraudulent case you made of your son’s alleged autsim and his cure. You didn’t cure your precious son Jenny. He was never autistic. Be happy he wasn’t. Quit insulting thousands of parents who live with REAL autistic kids.

autism frauds exposed on July 8, 2011 at 3:00 am

Both sides use fear to promote their cause so neither is better in my books. Although I will never know, I do wonder what I would be like today if I had not received a battery of vaccinations. Maybe dead, but maybe a bit smarter, stronger, who knows what all of the complex chemical interactions caused in my development. One thing that concerns me though is the ease with which a giant pharma can analyze profit margins and implement a strategy for marketing/lobbying. I know it sounds like a conspiracy theory but it really is nothing to create a handful of puppet ngo’s and bribe academics into ‘researching’ a new drug, especially when you have billions of dollars of potential profit at stake, and research scientists make relatively little. Again, not a conspiracy theorist, but if I had a billion dollars i bet I could bribe a peer review panel to publish anything. I doubt there is anyone here that would think twice before taking a ten million dollar bribe, or maybe I’m weird and more fallible than most. In summary, that jenny sure is a looker.

Inderball on March 9, 2012 at 2:30 am

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